Interpol is developing its very own metaverse in order to study how to effectively police the online world. Will Interpol emerge as the new chief law enforcement officer of the metaverse?
The international police organization has just revealed what it is calling “the first-ever metaverse specifically designed for law enforcement agencies all over the world.”
According to the report, this change will make it possible for law enforcement agencies all over the world to “interact with other officers via their avatars” and even participate in “immersive training courses in forensic investigation and other policing capabilities.”
It has been speculated that the next iteration of the internet will be called the metaverse, in which users will interact with one another in cyberspace through the use of avatars while wearing augmented reality (AR) or virtual reality (VR) headsets.
Interpol, an organization that connects police forces in 195 countries, has announced that it is in the process of establishing an expert group on the metaverse in order to ensure that “this new virtual world is secure by design.”
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